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Roldan C. Caliosan
Acting Station Manager

Al Lumansok
Asst.Station Manager

Ricky Collado
Area Manager - Mindanao

Address:
CBS Development Corp. Building,
Bombo Radyo Broadcast Center
San Pedro St., Davao City

Contact Numbers:
(082) 227-1576/225-3726/221-7165
Fax Number: (082) 321-0207

e-mail:
bombo_davao@bomboradyo.info

Call Sign: DXMF
Frequency: 576 KHZ
Radiated Power: 10,000 Watts

Award & Commendation


Maayong Buntag Mindanao
Bombohanay Bigtime
Bombohanay Sa Udto
Kahapon Lamang
Bombo Reports Afternoon Edition
Zona Libre
Bombo News & Views Morning Edition
Bombo Balita Sa Alas Syete
Bombo News & Views Afternoon Edition

Negosyo At Empleyo

Good Morning Philippines
Bombo Sports & Physical Fitness
Bombohanay Sa Musika
Doktor Bombo
Honghong Sa kagabhiun
Bombo Report 2nd Edition
Bombo Hanay Bigtime
Harana

Bombo Radyo Davao is located in the "most livable city in Asia" and the largest in the world in terms of land area - Davao City.

Bombo Radyo started in Davao in the early 80s at a time when the City was notoriously known as haven of NPA "sparrow hit squads" who shot and killed military and police personnel with impunity in any street,anywhere, anytime. As "sparrow" assassinations were almost daily occurrences, Bombo Radyo has always been in the forefront of such coverages and most of the time, Bombo reporters arrived in the crime scene ahead of the responding police or military authorities.

Since then, Bombo Radyo has become a by-word when it comes to coverage of news events not only in Davao City but even those happening anywhere in Mindanao, in the country or in the world. Its news and public affairs programs feature straightforward information, incisive and hard-hitting but fair commentaries which are recognized by the Davao audience (and even by its competitors) as the best that radio can offer.

Bombo Davao 576 KHz is sending a loud, clear and crisp signal through its solid state 15K SENDER Transmitter to cover the entire Davao City as well as the provinces of Davao del Sur and the City of Digos; Davao del Norte and the cities of Tagum, Panabo, and Island Garden City of Samal; Davao Oriental and the City of Mati; Compostela Valley, North Cotabato and the City of Kidapawan; southern portions of the provinces of Bukidnon and Agusan del Sur.